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Jamaican Recordings (UK), 1974/1975/1976. New Copy
Blazing mid 70s dubs from the Bunny "Striker' Lee canon – some of finer versions released on Trojan's Jackpot imprint from 1974 to 1976 – which was essentially set up to put out Bunny's productions at the time! Features versions sourced from great period numbers by Mighty ... CD
Ten Dubs That Shook The World
EM (Japan), 1980s. New Copy
A totally fab set of obscure and rare Australian dub sessions from the early 80s! You read that right, lost dubs from down under! Sherrif Lindo was the dub pseudonym of experimental music purveyor Anthony Mayer, and this collection of dub tracks was originally issued on his own label Endless ... CD
Kingston Sounds (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy
The Don tells it like it is – in this classic batch of tracks from one of the sharpest singers on the Jamaican scene of the 70s! Leroy Smart has an edge that's quite different than some of his bigger contemporaries – a vibe that echoes his look on the cover, and which is reflected ... CD
Kingston Sounds/Jamaican Recordings (UK), 1968. New Copy
A nice selection of tunes of and influenced by the ska and rocksteady periods of the 60s – with Slim Smith, Lloyd Clarke, Cornell Campbell & The Eternals, Derrick Morgan, Ernest Wilson & more. Includes "Love And Devotion" by Slim Smith, "Rock Steady Train" by Roy ... CD
Dubbing With The Observer
Jamaican Recordings (UK), Mid 70s. New Copy
The first-ever dub album from Niney The Observer – based around rhythms he'd cooked up for Dennis Brown, Max Romeo, and Delroy Wilson – all transformed completely in the studio by King Tubby! The sounds here are often very abstract – light years away from the originals – ... CD
Jamaican Recordings (UK), Early 70s. New Copy
Liquid lines from keyboardist Winston Wright – easily one of the hippest organ players in Jamaica during the 70s! Winston's second only to the great Jackie Mittoo – and like Jackie, works here in a sweet Hammond-heavy style that offers up both a fresh take on instrumental reggae, and a ... CD
Island (UK), 1970s. New Copy 2 CDs
Righteous roots music from the vaults of Island Records – a host of mid 70s killers that were arguably the style of reggae that the label did best! The vibe here is positive and progressive all the way through – and the set list mixes classics with some lesser-known gems, including a ... CD
Stiff/Pressure Drop (UK), Early 80s. New Copy
The complete Stiff Records work of Desmond Dekker – served up here on two albums, plus bonus tracks too! First up is Black & Dekker – surprisingly great later work from the legendary Desmond Dekker – a set that should have been a sloppy cash-in during the ska revival, but ... CD
Hot Milk (UK), Early 70s. New Copy
Legendary early 70s Upsetters instrumentals – a brilliant, soulful batch of Jamaican versions produced by Lee Scratch Perry – and unlike the Trojan release from around the same time, this one was released with Scratch's full involvement! Fantastic work that sounds great to this day, ... CD
Robin Hood
Jah Life/Greensleeves, 1979. New Copy (reissue)
We have to admit, even if this record wasn't a fierce salvo loaded down with tough dancehall tracks, we'd still love it for the great photos of Levy in a red, green and gold Robin hood getup on the cover! Junjo Lawes and Roots Radics may well have robbed from the rich for the mighty blasts of ... CD
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Greensleeves (UK), 1979. New Copy
A nice later 70s effort from rocksteady legends The Heptones – cut just after Leroy Sibbles left the group, which is one reason that the record is one their more overlooked ones – but it's actually pretty darn solid! The songs are memorable, the vocals are soulful, the the ... CD
Elevation/Pressure Sounds (UK), 1979. New Copy
One of the best records ever by Joe Higgs! Higgs is one of classic reggae's best songwriters and one of it's most distinctive voices – having written for, performed with or simply influenced some of the biggest names in the game – but his own great records didn't really crossover to ... CD
 



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